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LIVE WATCH: Continuous coverage of Sacramento protests, curfew – Sacramento Bee

WATCH LIVE: Continuous coverage of news on Sacramento protests, Sacramento Bee curfew Sacramento is imposing a historic curfew. When does it start and who can go out? Sacramento Bee “Really hard night”: Sacramento cleans up after looting, vandalism follows Floyd Sacramento Bee protest Peaceful protester returns to find his car vandalized in chaos after George Floyd protests in Sacramento CBS …

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George Floyd protests: dozens arrested in Oakland

CLICK HERE if you experience problems viewing photos on a mobile device. Demonstrations continued around the Bay Area in the name of George Floyd, when some 15,000 people marched peacefully in Oakland and police reacted violently to protesters walking on a highway in Walnut Creek. After a tortuous protest march through downtown Walnut Creek on Monday afternoon, several hundred protesters …

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Watch live: Birmingham tearing down the Confederate monument

Monday night workers began the process of shooting down the 115-year-old monument of Confederate soldiers and sailors in Birmingham’s Linn Park, the focal point of the protests that turned into riots in the city on Sunday evening and early Monday. The removal of the monument comes on the 212th birthday – June 1st – of Jefferson Davis, president of the …

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Cuomo, de Blasio orders 11 pm curfew for New York City

Black Lives Matter protesters | John Moore / Getty Images By JOE ANUTA 06/01/2020 16:52 EDT updated 01/06/2020 05:41 PM EDT 2020-06-01T05: 41-0400 NEW YORK – Governor Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio will impose a curfew on Monday in New York City that will last from 11pm to 5am, while protests over the killing of George Floyd cause …

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Matthew Lee Rupert accused of distributing explosives in Minneapolis

In videos allegedly posted to his Facebook account on May 29, 28-year-old Matthew Lee Rupert was seen passing explosive devices to other rioters and encouraged them to launch devices against law enforcement officials, according to a criminal complaint released Monday. After handing over an explosive device to another insurgent and telling the person to throw it at SWAT police officers, …

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Amazon sees increased sales of pepper spray, Black Lives Matter merch

Protesters hold signs during a protest at the Country Club Plaza on May 31, 2020 in Kansas City, Missouri. Jamie Squire | Getty Images Amazon shoppers are stocking up on pepper spray and Black Lives Matter products as protests continue to erupt nationwide, according to the sales charts on its website. The e-commerce site lists self-defense articles, racial justice educational …

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DOJ urges the appeal court to force the dismissal of the Flynn case

“Instead of inviting further prosecutions, the court should have given the government a motion to fire,” the best DOJ officials, including at least three prosecutors, wrote in a 45-page application to a three-judge court. DOJ attorneys have unraveled a muscular argument in favor of the discretion of the executive branch practically rampant in the decisions of accusation of crime. They …

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The George Floyd family is demanding first degree murder charges against the policeman

Terrence Floyd (C) attends a vigil in which his brother George Floyd was killed by the police a week ago on June 1, 2020 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Stephen Maturen | Getty Images Lawyers for George Floyd’s family filed a first-degree murder complaint against former Minneapolis policeman Derek Chauvin on Monday, who already faces minor charges of homicide and manslaughter, after …

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Newsom supports California protests but condemns violence

After a weekend full of demonstrations and unrest across California, Governor Gavin Newsom expressed strong support on Monday for activists who took to the streets to denounce racist acts recently exhibited across the country, telling them: “Your anger is real. Express it so we can hear it. “ “The black community is not responsible for what is happening right now. …

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